Anomaly 2 is a sequel to the critically acclaimed Anomaly Warzone Earth. Maintaining the core elements of the original, Anomaly 2 adds plenty of new features: unit morphing, over million tactical combinations, post-apo world and tower defense vs tower offense multiplayer mode.
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Release Date: May 15, 2013

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All About Tower Offense vs. Tower Defense

Anomaly 2 is a sequel to the critically acclaimed Anomaly Warzone Earth. Maintaining the core elements of the original, Anomaly 2 adds new features to the single-player campaign and finally puts your skills to a test in a completely unique experience: the dynamic tower defense vs. tower offense multiplayer mode!

In the years following the invasion of Earth in 2018, the planet is overrun by alien machines. Humankind is on the verge of extinction. Banded together in huge convoys, they search the frozen tundra for food and supplies. Since the war, the roles have been reversed: now our species seems to be the Anomaly on a machine-controlled planet. Your convoy, Commander, is called Yukon.

Anomaly 2 takes the RTS tower-offense concept from Anomaly Warzone Earth to a new level. The core elements of the original – tactical planning and the on-field Commander to support troops in combat – are spiced up by a number of important new features.

Key Features:

  • Morph your troops into war mechs to discover the new face of strategy: each unit has a different mech form with various abilities to help you overcome specific combat situations.
  • Engage in a multiplayer experience unique to Anomaly 2: tower defense vs. tower offense. Play as the towers and destroy the humans or lead the humans to annihilate the alien towers.
  • Fight across a post-apocalyptic world in a new single-player campaign that offers a more intense strategy experience than the acclaimed original.
  • Carve your own path to victory and create your ultimate battle squad. With over million tactical combinations to build your squad, your options in combat are nearly endless.
  • Dive into a beautifully rendered world, thanks to the team’s upgraded and improved visual engine.
  • Experience alternative endings dependent upon your approach to enemy machines in the campaign.

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    • OS:Windows XP SP3 (32 bit) / Vista
    • Processor:Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo 2.4, AMD Athlon(TM) X2 2.8 Ghz
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:Geforce 9600 GS, Radeon HD4000, Shader Model 3.0, 512 MB
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:3 GB HD space
    • Sound:DirectX compatible
    • OS:Windows 7
    • Processor:Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad 2.7 Ghz, AMD Phenom(TM)II X4 3 Ghz
    • Memory:4 GB RAM
    • Graphics:GeForce GTX 260, Radeon HD 5770, 1024 MB, Shader Model 3.0
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:3 GB HD space
    • Sound:DirectX compatible
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
    • OS:10.6
    • Processor:Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo 2.4, AMD Athlon(TM) X2 2.8 Ghz
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:Geforce 9600 GS, Radeon HD4000, Shader Model 3.0, 512 MB
    • Hard Drive:3 GB HD space
    • Sound:Integrated
    • OS:10.6
    • Processor:Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad 2.7 Ghz, AMD Phenom(TM)II X4 3 Ghz
    • Memory:4 GB RAM
    • Graphics:GeForce GTX 260, Radeon HD 5770, 1024 MB, Shader Model 3.0
    • Hard Drive:3 GB HD space
    • Sound:Integrated
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
    • OS:Ubuntu 12.04
    • Processor:Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo 2.4, AMD Athlon(TM) X2 2.8 Ghz
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:Geforce 9600 GS, Radeon HD4000, Shader Model 3.0, 512 MB
    • Hard Drive:3 GB HD space
    • OS:Ubuntu 12.04
    • Processor:Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad 2.7 Ghz, AMD Phenom(TM)II X4 3 Ghz
    • Memory:4 GB RAM
    • Graphics:GeForce GTX 260, Radeon HD 5770, 1024 MB, Shader Model 3.0
    • Hard Drive:3 GB HD space
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
6.1 hrs on record
Posted: November 27
I will recommend it, however, it started to be real fun for me from like, 10+ level, thats 3/4 of the game so... The morphing is cool idea and it the core is solid. It just doesnt have that atmosphere as first one had for some reason, also open ending explaining nothing. And where that woman from the first one went? Questions, questions...
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30 of 35 people (86%) found this review helpful
9.5 hrs on record
Posted: November 30, 2013
Anomaly 2 is the sequel to the innovative 2011 Anomaly: Warzone Earth. It’s a reverse tower defense game or tower offense in which you protect the attackers and destroy the towers. The premise of the game is simple – alien machines have invaded and Earth is in ruins. You are the only hope to reach the titular anomaly and destroy them. Regrettably, Anomaly 2 has more story exposition than its predecessor which wouldn’t be a bad thing if it wasn’t very poorly written and voice acted. You have all sorts of terrible cliches including hillbilly marines, an elderly German scientist and a younger female doctor all with equally horrible accents. At least you can skip all the cutscenes.

Anomaly 2 is all about the gameplay and that’s where it shines. The player takes over the role of the Commander unit which is tasked to protect and guide the military unit convoy. You can choose your route on the fly and you can buy, sell and upgrade units at any time. The novelty in Anomaly 2 that provides a pretty big twist is that you can morph any of your units to suit the challenges of the current battlefield. For example, the armored vehicle with a long range gatling gun morphs into a robot with devastating short range flamethrowers. The morph mechanic does a great job at keeping you on your toes as different situations require different tactics.

Your convoy can only consist of up to six vehicles and you only have five unit types (ten if you count the morph ability). The enemy towers are more varied than that. Apart from the low level towers, there are also big boss towers which deal great amounts of damage, predator towers which only appear as you’re already passing through, hacker towers that form a disruption field in which your units will attack your Commander unit and so on. As the Commander, you have four different abilities – repair units, launch a decoy, target a selected enemy and disable enemy tower. All of these enemy towers and the morph and Commander abilities come together to create a a very dynamic and at times extremely intense experience.

The campaign goes on for 14 missions across a slightly disappointing variety of environments. The first half of the game takes you across a frozen United States mid-west and New York City whereas the other half you’ll be fighting through the jungles of South America and Rio de Janeiro. Even though each mission is different enough, it all kind of boils down to snow levels and jungle levels. It also feels too short, the game only starts to really get going and then pretty soon after that it’s over.

The graphics are great, both the friendly and enemy unit designs looks really good, the weather effects and the explosions look awesome. The soundtrack doesn’t really stand out, but the sound effects really heighten the intensity of the carnage even further.

Anomaly 2 successfully manages to carve out its own place in a rather saturated genre thanks to its new ideas and interesting tactical gameplay mechanics.

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18 of 23 people (78%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
11.5 hrs on record
Posted: March 18, 2015
Anomaly follows up the story of Anomaly Warzone Earth. Earth's been invaded by aliens, you're going to lead a bunch of vehicles to blow up towers. If one has ever played custom maps of Tower Defence in Warcraft 3 or what me not, you'll find it pretty similar.
Except this time, you're on the attacking side.

Units can morph about, giving more depth in the strategy used to blow up the towers. For example, a unit has 2 attack modes now and can be given the ability to switch between either mode at any time. Each mode has their own respective advantages and disadvantages and can be combined with the original Anomaly strategy of unit swapping, and throwing in special abilities such as smoke, repair or decoy.

The soundtrack is in my opinion, way better than the original. But then again, Anomaly had a great soundtrack to begin with.

The graphics are great, both the friendly and enemy unit designs looks really good, the weather effects and the explosions look awesome. The soundtrack doesn’t really stand out, but the sound effects really heighten the intensity of the carnage even further.

IF you haven't had enough of Anomaly, there's always Anomaly Korea, the original Warzone Earth and even the mobile campaign on Steam to purchase!
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15 of 18 people (83%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
10.4 hrs on record
Pre-Release Review
Posted: November 27, 2013
Anomaly 2 does almost everything absolutely right and it is hard to find flaws within this title created by 11 Bit studios. Anomaly 2 is graphically a gorgeous game with a sleek interface and impressive environments, gameplay is challenging and hectic with good pacing and focus on tactics and micromanagement, not to mention a good amount of depth, while keeping it highly accessible. The campaign will likely net you a decent amount of time, there’s leaderboards for those that enjoy fighting over the number 1 spot, and the now all new versus multiplayer mode breathes more life into the title, while giving you the chance to take vengeance upon the machinery hating humans.

In the end, all I can fault it for is the annoying voice acting and lackluster story. Plus, this game would benefit a ton from a skirmish mode, which is sadly not a present feature and would be a great addition, especially were it to allow you to play as the machines versus AI. It is a fantastic game within it’s genre and you need not think long about picking this one up if these games are you cup of chaotic tea.

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18 of 25 people (72%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
4.2 hrs on record
Posted: March 14, 2015
Short answer, is it worth your money? If you like tower defense, yes. If you don't, I'd try the original cheaper (and very good) version first.

Long answer, it's the first game, with a pithy little story, hilarious voice acting, gorgeous graphics, and nicely polished gameplay over the first. Each unit actually feels useful, the transformations are genuinely good, the maps are challenging and reward twitch gameplay.

The not so good would be that the game can move faster than you can move your character around. More than once I dropped a repair node or decoy to dart back for a powerup, only to have my squad plow into death. the ability to stop your units seems like it would help tremendously. I also just don't feel like it has much replay value. Something needs to be done with regard to multiple game modes and assault types
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9 of 9 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
2.4 hrs on record
Posted: December 13, 2015
I will put recommended by I do so with extreme care. Anomaly is a fun tower defense game where you're on the offense while playing a bit of defense with what you got. Anomaly follows a story line where machines have taken over and humanity is struggling to survive.

You play as a commander which has the ability to move about the map as he wishes. As the commander in the field, you can quickly change tactics or use a special ability at a whim. Upon getting hurt or shot, the commander regenerates his health. The units are not as fortunate and do not have this ability. This is where the commander steps in. To heal units (or to use any special ability), the commander has to put down a regenerative power up and units have to pass over it within a certain amount of time to heal. After a few seconds, the healing pad will disappear therefore proper placement is almost everything in the game. To acquire more power up supply, the units have to destroy machines as they leave stock behind.

Other commander abilities include distraction (where a distraction is put down and targeted by the machines), EMP (where the machines are unable to attack for a period of time - certainly useful for larger opponents) and aim. Vice versa, being the machines your abilities are regeneration, berserk mode, taunt and kamikaze. I haven't had the time to properly explore these modes as there isn't much of an online presence within this game. During peak hours there are a few players playing but for the most part you'll be playing the one player campaign. Planning your attack is a key feature in this game. As the commander, you are able to direct your units which way to go. You may further your progress towards the "safe zone" in the game or you may go other routes which may lead to a bonus. Alternatively, killing more robot units will give you more stock for your power ups. This gives the player more flexibility and options in how to approach the game. Although extremely simplistic, a great idea for a game to be over and above immersive.

They made the planning extremely easy to do (and easy to see the paths) and time stops when making your move. The units/vehicles themselves all each have differing abilities and 2 different forms. An assault hound for instance, can be a tank and be meant for long range battles where it's other (flame-throwing) form is meant to be in close quarters. This specific unit when in tank form fires a lot faster the more shots it takes. Other units can be used to immobilize enemies or provide shields to allies. Some units are meant for long range and deal quite a bit of damage but take a bit of time to fire again (and have smaller firing ranges). They too can switch to become close quarter fighters but each unit has it's time and place against certain opponents. Opponents can drastically change throughout the levels. You'll be fighting a nice small machine and start getting comfortable when this giant thing may come from no where. Some units fire all along a path and do consistent damage while some units need to be shot at a certain amount of times (and at a certain frequency) to evolve. There is this one shielded enemy that when fired upon quickly, will evolve into a very hard opponent.

There are ways to circumvent these situations such as using units that shoot less frequently but deal more damage to not help the evolution process. What bugs me the most about the game though is the commanders movements. Especially if you are using the keyboard, there is no fluidity in the movement/animation and it feels like you can only maneuver in 9 directions.

The visuals are quite appealing but at times seem that could have been a bit better. There are some scenery issues where instead of having a smoke animation, it will just be plain. When your units do miss a shot or fire a rocket into an enemy that has already been destroyed, that missile keeps it's course and does eventually explode when coming into contact with something (so a positive feature). The sounds are pretty good and the voice acting is suitable to what the plot presents. Nothing super outstanding in this department but the basics are met. The user interface within the game is easy to navigate.

Overall, a decently good game that is worth a purchase on sale and only if you find this sort of genre interesting.

RATING : 6.85/10

Gameplay C+
Story / Campaign B-
Visuals / User Interface C+
Sounds / Music B-
Replay-ability C+
Overall C+

ScreenShots :

What planning a route looks like. It's not always this simple as multiple choices become available later on in the game

Longer levels will have checkpoints available in between to make sure you don't have to start all over again
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16 of 22 people (73%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
16.6 hrs on record
Posted: December 30, 2013
It's just like the first game, insofar as being a reverse TD game that has you on the side of the creeps, as a commander that controls the paths that your creeps take, the types of creeps you use, and what upgrades/buffs to employ.

This sequel offers more varied missions that are apt to throw you a few curveballs, as well as more towers and creeps with various new capabilities. Properly managing line-of-sight and unique unit abilities on the fly is of greater importance in this game.

Probably one of the few mobile ports that I would consider a worthy PC game in its own right, both visually and in terms of gameplay. Oddly, it does not include controller support despite having fairly streamlined controls, but it plays perfectly fine with just a mouse (leyboard can optionally be used as well for triggering buffs).

Overall a solid and highly polished arcade action RTS.
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12 of 15 people (80%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
7.7 hrs on record
Posted: November 27, 2013
Not as good as the original.

Anomaly 2, the sequel to Anomaly Warzone Earth is a good game. The shame is that it isn't as good as the original part of this series.

Not from the technical standpoint, that's for sure, because Anomaly 2 is a beautiful game. It's attention to detail is really good, artistic design is great and graphical fidelity is more than enough. Even the music is good, and the voice acting is better than in the original. Only flaw on this side would be the UI, that despite being quite minimal, sometimes gets confusing. There are times when it's hard to see which health bar belongs to whom. Anyway, that's just a minor flaw.

Its main problem is that it starts slow. Too slow. First levels are pretty dull. Specially if you played the previous game. It spends too much time being a tutorial. And it's a shame, because it's easy to get bored soon, too soon. Then everything gets better. Then its difficulty gets higher, new towers appear, the game stops treating you like a newbie, and the fun begins. It's a shame it needs more than an hour to realize you are ready to roll. An hour in a game which lasts about 4 hours? - I'm in mission 9, of 14 I think, and I've had 2.5 hours of actual gameplay, so I think 4 hours for the single player campaign is a pretty good guess. That's its mistake, and it's a big one. But once you pass trough that, things get really cool again, like in the first one.

As for the multiplayer... I won't say anything about it. I'm really not interested in it, and I didn't even tried it.

Don't get me wrong, this is a good game, but it would have been better not spending so much time being a tutorial. Maybe it's just me, but I love those sequels that assume you have played the first one and/or you know what you are doing. Anyway, mechanics are not intricate or anything that justify so slow learning curve. Everything is pretty straightforward and easy to learn.

Do I recommend it? Yes, but with a bit of caution. Bear in mind that it could disappoint during the first missions.
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33 of 54 people (61%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
7.4 hrs on record
Posted: January 29, 2014
☺ A role reverse of Tower Defence done very well.
☺ Intense gameplay.
☺ Good visuals.

☹ Feels more like an expansion than a sequel.
☹ Limited tactics.

(NOTE: This Review only takes into consideration the Single Player Campaign).

Anomaly 2 see's you take up the role of a commander, who's squad are wrapped in a struggle against an infestation of machine towers who's only goal is to destroy all which enters their firing range.

Anomaly proved you could make a great game by switching the roles of Tower Defence, forcing you to be in command of the troops rather than the towers and making strategic choices of what your squad is composed of, how and when to assist that squad during battle and the route you shall take to your objectives. Anomaly 2 goes a step further by giving your squad the ability to transform on the fly, expanding your options at any given time and also throws in a few more enemy towers.

The gameplay can be quite frantic as you manage your abilities in the heat of battle and scoop up additional abilities from destroyed towers, you can also pause the action to assign a new route for your troops or change the order your squad is currently in at anytime.

On a normal play through, I quickly found a squad set up that worked and while the transformations are useful at times (switching a front arc fire cannon to 360 degree missile fire for instance), I could largely switch to the preferred role and leave them be.

Anomaly 2 doesn't really do anything the original didn't already do. In fact, I preferred the original over this game (both the story and gameplay balance). Anomaly 2 feels more like an expansion than a sequel in many ways and as such, I wouldn't recommend the game unless you've got and enjoyed the original Anomaly: Warzone Earth and fancy more of the same - but I'd stress the original Anomaly is indeed recommended!
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11 of 15 people (73%) found this review helpful
2.4 hrs on record
Posted: August 28, 2014
I didn't think I'd recommend any of the games in the Anomaly series but this one stood out among the rest. I only played the single-player campaign so that's what this review is based on. With that said, the story of the game definitely has a much broader feel compared to the previous ones as it takes place across three continents as humanity struggles against the machines for survival and a better tomorrow. It also has two endings which are determined by your decision in the final mission.

The gameplay, units and towers are pretty much the same as the previous games with one difference: each unit can transform which repurposes it for a completely different function, so the amount of different units is essentially expanded to 10, each of the five purchasable units can be switched to its counterpart by simply double-clicking it at will on the battlefield. Still, the game is fairly simple and has four difficulty modes that can be chosen before the beginning of each mission.

Again, I recommend this one over the others and perhaps the only reason to play the others is for what little storyline they have leading up to this one but it can still stand by itself because the opening cinematic can get the player up to speed on how Earth was thrown into a perpetual Winter. So I suppose it's safe to ignore the others and only play this one!
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6.6 hrs
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Fun game. One major flaw for me: you can't save during a mission, and the last ones can be long...
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2.9 hrs
Posted: August 29
Again, the dev team that made this game made it spick and span; it's good looking, the voice acting is good, the gameplay is challenging and the soundtrack matches brilliantly. I wasn't that interested in multiplayer to begin with and I couldn't find an opponent to play against anyway. Otherwise, I'd say it's a pretty good game. ***
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0.2 hrs
Posted: August 27
Linux version does not work (game is stuck at the loading screen) and it doesn't seem like the developers care to fix it (you can find posts of this issue in the forum from mid 2015).
I bought the "Ultimate Bundle Edition" which includes DRM-free versions and a steam key, and neither the versions on disc nor Steam work.

So if you're using Linux DO NOT BUY!

Since I bought a DVD version in a local store I sadly can't refund it.

My system:
Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS
AMD A8-6600k
Nvidia GeForce GTX950 (driver version 367.44)
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7.2 hrs
Posted: August 24
Anomaly 2 is a sequel done right: it takes all the great mechanics of the first game and turns them up a notch, adding new interesting elements without losing what made the original special. What exactly does that mean for a reverse tower defense game? Well, first of all, that label seems even more incomplete - you often have a great deal of options for how you want to navigate or even approach a given level. One of the most striking improvements is the visuals: while the original sent you through some nice but generic cityscapes, you're now smashing towers in post-apocalyptic wastelands coursed by mysterious metallic structures, as well as some very recognizable ruins. Your units have also received some upgrades - each can now 'morph' between two forms at any time of your choosing, allowing for some interesting strategic flexibility not to mention effectively twice as many unit types to choose from overall. There's also some innovative level design, especially near the middle of the campaign.

A few things were kept suitably the same - the tower lineup is fairly similar to that of the first game (a couple of new ones and some old ones have picked up new tricks) and the array of hero powers is pretty close in terms of functionality. The story that this game tries to tell is more interesting, but as with the first, it's done with fairly weak dialogue and characterization, and the mid-level intrusions never quite feel 'worth it'. It's also not amazing in terms of length - the 14-level campaign took about 7 hours. That said, it looks great and it plays great - the gameplay has been fine-tuned from the original, and it's an interesting, well-executed concept. Whether you've played the original or not, this one's well worth considering.
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4.0 hrs
Posted: August 4
The First 5 minutes into the game and you're like WOW :O

Basically after that you get this top down.. shooter? you don't even shoot.
Basically, if you want a game like this that is actually funner, I suggest getting halo spartan ops, and I wrote a negative review on that game as well.

Seems like now-a-days people don't know how to make a game interesting for more than 5 minutes.
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8.0 hrs
Posted: July 20
Enjoyable tower/strategy game. Was able to complete the story mode in about 7 hours and did some restarting in maps and checkpoints. Wished that the sequel did have a better variety of new towers and units, however most were repeats from the previous game. If you like tower games you'll enjoy this but will not be a game you will put hundreds of hours into.
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1.6 hrs
Posted: July 14
I think this game is really awesome becouse I don't played games like that before and I've liked it. I recommend it for people who want's to play to game for long hours and loves challenges
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14.7 hrs
Posted: July 10
Anomaly 2

Overall Score: 6/10

Short Summary:
A tactical futuristic tower defence game. But this time, you don't play as the towers.
Your role is to command and lead a convoy of mechanical vehicles to the safe zone while destroying the enemy tower machines.
You do that, by choosing & upgrading your vehicles and also using different abilities for your advantage.
You never played a tower def game like this one so I think you should give it a try.
Estimated gameplay hours: 7-10.

+ Gameplay:
1.Friendly & Helpful - Training before the 1st mission, guide on menu and tips along the game.
2.Fun & Addictive - I get satisfied by overwhelming the alien machines and by getting them gold medals.
3.Different methods to win each mission.

+ Graphics: As for a tower defence game it is fine. It sets on a futuristic sci fi areas that suits well with the game and gives a unique experience and fun while destroying the alien machines.

+ Tactics:
1.Use the map to set the path for your convoy.
2.Choose up to 5 vehicles and place them in the convoy. Strategy involves here since each vehicle has it's own stats (Armor/Damage/Range) and it's own abilities for the squad.
3.Use your abilities well. Repair (health) / EMP (temporarily shutting down towers) / Decoy (Distraction) / A.I.M (Focusing on tower on range).
4.Know the enemy towers strenghts and weaknesses to take advantage and easier gameplay.

+ Score board: 4 different difficulties and 3 medals. Challenge exists in this game there's no doubt.
- Story: Simple storyline and goofy ending, didn't expect otherwise tho.
- Multiplayer: 2013 game so yea the multiplayer is kinda dead except if you play with friends.
Also, there's a different game mode which does not exist in single player which is unfortunate, where you control the towers and try to destroy the convoy. I guess the other games in this series has this.

Enjoyment: (8/10)
Repetetive: (2/10) - Can barely say that on this game. Not if you play the missions one after another.
Replayability (5/10) - Different difficulties like mentioned. Also you can try to go for those 3 gold medals each mission. Good luck with that.
Frustraiton (7/10) - Oh yeah. I had some raging moments. The checkpoints in this game save it from people. Even tho, I still had to retry different method and beating myself up couple of times for doing the same mission over 1 and a half hour.
Boredom (4/10)

Overall Score: 6/10

* Skip it.
** Not Recommended.
*** Give It A Try.
**** Recommended On Sale (This game worth half it's price)
****** Recommended On Full Price.
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